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2020 was definitely a year that we were not expecting but we are really hoping 2021 will look a lot better, especially in the world of sports here in Tampa Bay.

The NFL has no plans for changes for the Super Bowl when Tampa hosts next year. Earlier today, the NFL said they plan to have a sellout crowd for the big game on February 7 in Raymond James Stadium. They are also looking forward to all of the events leading up to the events in Downtown Tampa.

“We want to make sure Tampa, Hillsborough County and the state of Florida is very proud of hosting this Super Bowl. So we are going to do everything in our power to ensure that the impact of COVID-19 is negligible; that you don’t notice there have been modifications or changes to this great game.”

– Jon Barker, NFL Vice President of Event Operations,

This seems very promising. I’m excited for what the future will bring. Now we are just waiting on the Halftime Show announcement…

[Source: ABC ACTION NEWS]

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